The prosperity gospel : how Scott Morrison won and Bill Shorten lost / Erik Jensen
- Bib ID:
- Jensen, Erik, author
- Carlton, VIC : Black Inc., an imprint of Schwartz Pty Ltd., 2019
- 99 pages ; 24 cm.
- Quarterly essay ; issue 74 (2019). 1444-884X
"What went wrong for Labor and how did Scott Morrison achieve his remarkable victory? In this dazzling report from the campaign trail, Erik Jensen homes in on the insecurities that drive Bill Shorten and the certainties that helped Scott Morrison win. He considers how each man reflects, challenges and comforts the national character. Who are Morrison's "quiet Australians"? What did Shorten Labor fail to see? And will fear always trump hope in politics? The Prosperity Gospel sheds new light on the politics of a divided nation."--Back cover.
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- Includes correspondence re 'Australia fair, pages 73- 97. : Susan Carland, James Waleter, Carol Johnson, Travers McLeod, Isabelle Reinecke, Rebecca Huntley.
- Morrison, Scott, 1968-
- Shorten, Bill, 1967-
- Australian Labor Party
- Liberal Party of Australia
- Australia. Parliament -- Elections -- 2019
- Political parties -- Australia -- 21st century
- Elections -- Australia -- 2019
- Political campaigns -- Australia -- 21st century
- Australia -- Politics and government -- 21st century
- Australia -- Social conditions -- 21st century
- Also Titled:
- How Scott Morrison won and Bill Shorten lost
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